In search of easy-to-use tech tips.
I used to hear about people attempting the get the best possible contraption to do certain things they want to do --- sort of like getting a hammer to kill a fly --- but never learning taking the time to learn what else that gadget can do.
For example, I bought my camera in 2004 -- and learned to zoom in and out, turn on the flash, change the lighting. I have a Dell computer with enough software to do day-today things. And yes, I bought an iPad, downloaded all kinds of apps (140,000+ to choose from), but haven’t really gone beyond watching a few movies on Netfix, checking my email, and surfing the net.
So...this time, I am going to take time to learn a tech tip or two. So I googled “tech tips” and came upon this list from Computerhope.com Very appropriate.This is a good start as any. I’m sure I’ll learn a thing or two to get me going.
Top 10 computer tips of 2010
Below is a listing of the top 10 computer tips of 2010, according to ComputerHope
- Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know
- Top 10 free programs everyone should have
- Use HTML color picker to find your HTML color code
- View two windows side-by-side using Smart Window
- Top 10 unknown Google tips
- Top 10 Facebook tips
- Computer mouse tips
- See all color codes used by any web page
- Getting a human when calling support
- Watch free online lectures
So much to learn, so little time. But if I don't start now, I'll be even farther behind.